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How to make ground beef omelette

Updated on July 15, 2009

Ground Beef/Pork Omelette

Prep time: 30-45 minutes

Serves 6-10 persons


2 lbs ground beef/pork

1/2 white onions (chopped)

1 tomato

5 cloves garlic crushed n chopped

1 medium potato cubed

1/2 red bell pepper chopped

2 tablespoon soy sauce

salt and ground black pepper to taste

1 teaspoon white sugar

1/2 cup of water

1-2 pieces of bay leaf


- Sautee garlic, onions and tomatoes until well - cooked.

- Add ground beef/pork. Cook until brown then add soy sauce, bell pepper, ground black pepper and salt.

- Pour water and add potato. Let it simmer under slow fire for about 20-30 minutes until potato is cooked and until no more water. This dish has to be dry, that way the eggs will incorporate with the meat.  Let it cool and set aside.

- On a medium bowl, beat 3-4 medium eggs. (depends on egg's size) Make sure the mixture is not too runny.

- Add the meat then  place it on any tray/dish that is oven safe.


- The old way for us to cook this is to fry them in small scoops like a crab cake/pancake size.  I just baked it instead of frying one by one. This saves you more time, more money, and most of all your life by not consuming too much oil. :P

- Spray or wipe the baking tray/dish with cooking oil before putting the meat and the egg to prevent sticking from the pan.

- This can also be cooked when you had a lefover from Picadillo dish (ground beef w tomato sauce and peppers.

How to make Omelette


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    • bingskee profile image

      bingskee 4 years ago from Quezon City, Philippines

      we make it with pickles, too! :D they add a certain taste to the omelette, not that much is needed though or it'll ruin the whole thing.